September 30, 2020

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5 of the best food processors worth investing in

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A great food processor is like having a second pair of hands in the kitchen, as they help you prep ingredients quickly.

From chopping onions to mincing meat, these versatile appliances take seconds to slice, grate and chop – most can even knead dough, too. 

They’re not the cheapest kitchen utensil but, given that we’ve all become chefs and bakers in the making during lockdown, now seems as good a time as any to invest.

Online electrical retailer, AO.com, has reported sales of food preparation appliances have risen by 510% year-on-year as Brits seek to recreate date night and ‘fakeaways’ at home – and a food processor is in the top three.

So, without further ado, here are the best five food processors to help you whip up a feast in no time.

5 of the best food processors

Cookworks Food Processor | £29.99 from Argos

With almost 500 five-star reviews, this affordable food processor is small but mighty.

Up the tempo or slow things down with the two-speed settings and pulse options making light work of meal time prep.

Bosch MCM3501MGB Food Processor | £94.99 from John Lewis

The Bosch MCM3501MGB Food Processor is compact and versatile and designed to assist all your culinary needs. With more than 50 functions, this multi-skilled kitchen assistant will consistently provide perfect results (not that you didn’t churn out perfection already).

MAGIMIX C3160 Food Processor | £189 from Curry’s

Chop, slice, grate, mix, whisk, knead and more with this sought-after food processor.

With various accessories and two sizes of mixing bowls, preparing your favourite recipes and discovering new ones is made easy.

KitchenAid 3.1L Food Processor | £219 from John Lewis

This classic style food processor from KitchenAid is versatile and durable, retaining the high-quality design and performance KitchenAid is known for. 

The ExactSlice system will allow you to manually adjust slices from thick to thin without opening the lid, using the external lever to give you precise, accurate slicing for soft and hard foods.

Though it comes in three colours, it is only the cream colourway which is currently available.

Cuisinart FP8U Easy Prep Pro | £119 from Amazon

The Cuisinart Easy Prep Pro food processor is ultra-powerful and perfectly sized to handle every day processing tasks without taking up too much space on your worktop.

It comes with two bowls which are fully sealed meaning you can process even thin liquids in the small bowl and be confident that nothing will drip into the bowl beneath, saving time on washing up (major bonus points).